Pedestrians walk in front of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) building in Mumbai, India, on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. Prime Minister Narendra Modi conceded an overwhelming defeat in a local election in India's capital, his first setback at the polls since taking charge of Asia's third-biggest economy last year. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg
Bloomberg Pedestrians walk in front of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) building in Mumbai, India, on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. Prime Minister Narendra Modi conceded an overwhelming defeat in a local election in India's capital, his first setback at the polls since taking charge of Asia's third-biggest economy last year. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg

NSE introduces post-graduate course in ‘global financial markets’

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The National Stock Exchange has launched a full-time post-graduate programme in Global Fi... »

Remembering Kohli: Tatas moot new block at IIIT(H)

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Tata Sons has announced that it would support construction of a new academic block at the Interna... »

Learning Alliance of States to come up in ISB Mohali campus

View of ISB Mohali campus. File Photo

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A group of state governments will be setting up a Learning Alliance of States (LAS) in associati... »

New VC for Manipal varsity

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H Vinod Bhat, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Manipal University has been appointed its s... »

AIPMT test leak: Apex court unwilling to order fresh exams due to irregularities


The Supreme Court today expressed unwillingness to hold the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) a... »
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Quality and autonomy in education is the need of the hour, says Gadkari

Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways


Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today supported the suggestion of RSS ideologue Dinanath Batra that the new education policy of the NDA government should stress on “autonomy of education” on the line... »

CANPAL to offer free educational counselling

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CANPAL, a voluntary association by the officers and managers of Canara Bank, has decided to offer free educational counselling with special focus on rural students and those from Government and Co... »

DU admission: ‘Open Days’ to begin tomorrow


Delhi University’s counselling sessions for admission aspirants, ‘Open Days’, will begin tomorrow in which students as well as parents can seek answers to their queries about the admission process... »

St Stephen’s admission process to begin from May 28

St. Stephen's college to begin admission process from May 28, 2015. File Photo


The entirely online application process will begin from next Wednesday on the college website »

YES Bank recruits 94 from top B-Schools

Chetna Mehra

Yes Bank has emerged as one of the top recruiters in the BFSI domain at India’s top business schools this year, extending a total of 94 offers. The bank extended 14 offers at IIM-A and 3... »

Demand for MBAs to rise in 2015: GMAC

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If you are a fresh MBA graduate, you have a reason to cheer. About 84 per cent of the companies worldwide are planning to recruit MBAs to their workforce in 2015, according to a Corporate Recruite... »

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Chennai-based start-up offers courses online through cloud computing »

Tech institute ties up with textile machinery makers for testing centre

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A memorandum of understanding has been inked between Kumaraguru College of Technology (KCT), Coimbatore, and the Indian Textile Accessories and Machinery Manufacturers' Association, Mumbai,&n... »

Mobile phone ban in schools improves grades: study


Banning mobile phones from schools distinctly improves examination results, a new study published by the London School of Economics has found. Mobile phone bans in schools has the effect... »

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BML Munjal University ties up with KPMG

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ICSI secretarial skill course

IRMA receives ‘A’ grade in NAAC accreditation

Gujarat CM inaugurates varsity in tribal belt of Panchmahal

Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel


As part of the celebrations to mark the completion of her first year in office, Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel today inaugurated a new university at Godhra town in tribal-dominated Panchma... »

AIPMT test leak: Apex court orders Haryana Police to identify beneficiaries

Students come out after taking the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT- 2015) at an exam centre in the city on May 03, 2015.


Reconducting the All India Pre-Medical Test examination, which saw large scale irregularities like leakage of answer keys, would be the “last resort”, the Supreme Court said today and asked Haryan... »

Bengal may include soft skills courses in schools

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The West Bengal government is considering rollout of a career counselling and soft skills development programme in Government and aided schools in the State.Partha Chatterjee, State Educ... »

ISB attracts record number of women students this year

G Naga Sridhar

The number of women students has touched an all time high this year in the Indian School of Business (ISB) here. Out of 831 students in the postgraduate programme in its campuses in Hyderabad and... »

Shiv Nadar varsity students bag lucrative offers

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Over 96 per cent of the first batch undergraduates of the class of 2015 from Shiv Nadar University have got job offers and admissions in international universities.The big ones»

Peesh Venture Capital invests Rs 6 cr in MeetUniv


US-based Peesh Venture Capital (PVC) today said it has invested Rs 6 crore in Noida-based MeetUniv, a college search and information startup for students looking at pursuing higher education abroa... »

Xavier School of Mgmt announces admissions to entrepreneurship prog

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The Xavier School of Management of XLRI, Jamshedpur, has announced admissions to its post-graduate programme for certificate in entrepreneurship management.  XLRI said the last... »

Apex Court seeks response from Centre, CBSE on irregularities in AIPMT

The petition claimed that at least 90 leaked answer keys were transmitted to candidates in consideration of ₹15-20 lakh.


The Supreme Court today issued notices to the Centre and others on pleas seeking re-conduct of the 2015-16 All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) examination on grounds of alleged large scale irregula... »

58% of Indian employers facing talent crunch: survey

In 2014, 64 per cent of employers said they faced difficulty in finding the right people.


Globally, 38 per cent of employers face talent shortage. »

Indian, Asian groups challenge Harvard admission practices

Harvard University is discriminating against Asian-American applicants by using race, the complaint said. File Photo


Four Indian-American groups are among a coalition of 64 organisations that have filed a complaint against Harvard University and other Ivy League schools alleging “racial-bias” against high-scorin... »

IIMB alumni meet held

Maharashtra’s first IIIT to be set up in Nagpur

Exin to add more campuses this year

Mangalore varsity to launch green initiatives

XLRI is now AMBA Accredited

Narsee Monjee to open first school in GIFT City on May 14

DU to do away with printing of prospectuses from this academic session


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